Spurs among top ten leaders in attendance midway through the season

As the San Antonio Spurs prepare for tonights match-up against the Utah Jazz in the Alamo City and in the AT&T Center, the rafters will be packed from top to bottom.  Thus far, the San Antonio Spurs are the top team in the Western Conference sporting a 30-8 record, first team to 30 wins in the NBA this season mind you, and this has not gone unnoticed by the Spurs faithful all throughout San Antonio.

Through the first half of their home schedule the San Antonio Spurs are ranked in the top ten.  (H/T Scott Bailey from San Antonio Business Journal) for the following information.  San Antonio ranks third amongst the thirty NBA teams averaging 18,386 fans at the beautiful AT&T Center.  How do they get these numbers?  All of this information is compiled by ESPN's turnstile tracking data.

Compared to lastseason at this time, the Spurs did not crack the top ten as they were just outside coming it at 11th with 18,431 according to the turnstile tracking.

So, who holds the number one spot? Do you really want to know? Do you even care? Well…..I am going to tell you whether you like it or not.

The Chicago Bulls through 29 home games are the top spot in attendnace with 21,647 fans.  The Houston Rockets, believe it or not have seen an increase in their ticket sales, could it have anything to do with the signing of Dwight Howard?  They come in at 11th with averaging 18,091.

Spurs rival the Dallas Mavericks are second behind the Bulls despite having a sub-par season thus far.  They bring in an average of 19,866.

Lets keep packing the AT&T Center and show the rest of the NBA why we have the best fans in any city.

Michael Rehome

About Michael Rehome

Michael grew up in a Military family and has spent most of his life in San Antonio Texas. Married with two daughters of his own he grew up as many being a Chicago Bulls fan but grew to love the San Antonio Spurs and what their system and organization is all about. When he is not at home with this wife and kids or writing about the Spurs, he spends his time playing pick-up basketball with his friends. One time editor of Fansided Networks San Antonio Spurs blog Air Alamo, before joining the staff at Project Spurs.